Tim Paine Hillarious Comment On Mohammad Rizwan, Caught On Stump Mic
Sledging is the part and parcel in the game of cricket. When it gets recorded in stump mic, it entertains every viewer. Australian Test captain and wicketkeeper Tim Paine recently got caught in stump mic while sledging Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Rizwan.
Earlier, when India toured Australia, Paine called the Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant for babysitting duty. Now, the Australian cricketer pulled the leg of Rizwan when he had just come to bat. He tried to demotivate Rizwan as he said if Sarfaraz was there he would have hit a sweep shot for 4. Paine further said that Rizwan smells very nice.
However, the Pakistan wicketkeeper Rizwan didn’t respond. Later, in one of Pat Cummins’ deliveries, the right-hander got the edge off and the catch was taken by Paine. Rizwan ended his innings after scoring 37 runs. The wicketkeeper-batsman is playing the second Test match in his career.
The openers Azhar Ali and Shan Masood started with the good note as they put the 75 runs for the first wicket. But after the top order lost their wickets, the team also lost its pace. Asad Shafiq (76) was the only player to score a half-century for the team in that innings. The visitors were bundled out on 240 runs in the first innings.
Currently, Pakistan is playing the first Test series in the ICC World Test Championship 2019-21. Pakistan national cricket team has made some crucial changes in the Test team. The visitors are touring with the new Test captain Azhar Ali who has the experience of 73 Test matches. The teenager Naseem Shah has also been given chance after his impressive domestic stunts.
Australia is playing the second Test series in the WTC. The team is on No.4 with 56 points in the table. In the two-match Test series against Pakistan, Australia had a good chance to add more points in the table.
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